Feed Me Oil 2 arrives, get downloading

Feed Me Oil 2 (iPhone screenshot 001)

The beginning of a new year is always a good time to release some new software. We’re only two days into 2014 and already a pair of nice premium games has made an appearance on the App Store.

Earlier this morning, Sega released its Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed while UK-based developer True Axis brought us the awesome Jet Car Stunts 2.

And now, UK-based Chillingo has released a sequel to its liquid physics puzzler Feed Me Oil, a $2.99 download for the iPhone and iPad. And this time around, oil and water can mix for the first time…

The sequel brings more of everything, including new gadgets and contraptions such as windmills and fans.

There’s a whole bunch of brand new levels scattered across four distinct chapters. The ability to mix water and oil brings additional puzzle-solving elements that should occupy your gray matter.

Here’s a nicely done trailer.

You got to appreciate the upgraded graphics and the game’s new visual style.

The bigger news, however, is the improved physics engine responsible for rendering the oil mass realistically as it moves through the air, water and along ice.

Check out a few screenies.

Feed Me Oil 2 (iPhone screenshot 002)

Feed Me Oil 2 (iPhone screenshot 003)

Feed Me Oil 2 (iPhone screenshot 004)

To achieve the perfect score, you’ll have to finish each level with a three-star rating, which can be achieved by using as few tools as possible.

Here are some of the key features:

  • four chapters overflowing with mind-bending puzzles
  • realistic physics that react to wind, water, and ice
  • dun tools including windmills, fans and more
  • find new ways to solve puzzles to earn three stars
  • share your highest ratings with your friends on Facebook
  • play each day to unlock new gifts

Feed Me Oil 2 is available for $2.99 in the App Store.

Chillingo notes that the 37MB download features “non-compulsory in-app purchases,” including the $0.99 1-solution and the $2.99 5-solution pack, as well as a pack of ten hints costing an additional $0.99.

If you’ve ever played Feed Me Oil or similar games (i.e. Disney’s Where’s My Water?), chances are you’re not going to need these additional packs.